- Advice For Younger Children
- My Stammering Tap Video
- Michael Palin Centre Video
- Tips For Teachers Video
- Advice For Older Children
There are many ways to help a young child who stammers including:
- Learning about stammering so that it feels less worrying
- Keeping your child chatting and developing their language and communication skills whether they are stammering or not
- Learning about what you can do at home to help
- Exploring therapy options, including approaches that are specifically designed for pre-school children who stammer.
There are many ways to help a young person who stammers including:
- Learning about stammering
- Developing confidence speaking
- Increasing self-esteem
- Meeting other people who stammer
- Talking to family and teachers so they can offer support.
Who Can Help?
You can contact the Norfolk & Waveney Speech & Language Therapy Service by calling Just One Number on 0300 300 0123. Our opening hours are 8am-6pm Monday-Friday (excluding bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays.
You can speak to other Norfolk parents and carers by clicking our online community forum below.